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Studio Album Series: Aztec Camera

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This is a five-song EP, four of whose songs were recorded live at the Dominion Theatre in London on October 16, 1984. The fifth track is a cover of Van Halen's "Jump," which sounds like an unlikely choice, except when you consider that, at heart, Aztec Camera is a pop band, whatever its other pretensions may be. Roddy Frame turns out to be a good, if wispy, frontman, and much of this set is a folky showcase of his songwriting.

Biography

Formed: 1980 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Aztec Camera was the brainchild of Roddy Frame, a Scottish songwriter and vocalist whose precocious talent — he was still in his teens when the band cut their acclaimed debut album, High Land, Hard Rain — earned the band a loyal cult following. With Frame's knack for catchy, upbeat melodies and wordplay that often invited comparisons to Elvis Costello, Aztec...
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